There is an unwritten fashion rule about not wearing white after Labor Day, but what’s the real story behind this rule? For many, it’s a way to signify the change from summer to fall, but is there any real logic or science behind it? To be honest, I don’t know. But, when there are so many adorable ways to wear white after Labor Day, why would you ever follow such a silly fashion rule? It is such a bright color which can easily add a crisp and modern edge to any fall/winter look! So if you are feeling rebellious and want to break some fashion rules, keep reading to see easy ways to wear white after Labor Day — including the white fashion essentials you need for the upcoming season!
White jeans might be my new favorite look this fall. They blend perfectly with fall’s neutral palette, plus are as versatile as denim jeans but add in a touch of flair. Here are six fall outfits, each broken into three easy steps, that are based around a white jeans. First off, you want to choose a top that balances out the pants. The next step is to pile on the layers. After all, a cute jacket is the best part of fall, no? And the last step is to pick the right pair of shoes. Choose ankle boots, sneakers or ballet flats, and closed-toe heels.
Your white sundress is not just meant to be worn for spring or summer. You can wear it well into fall and winter as well. The trick to keep yourself warm while you have it one is to layer it up with comfy and cozy pieces of clothing. You can choose to go monochromatic or opt for a soft and feminine neutral palette instead.
White Button-Down Shirt
This piece of clothing is seasonless – always in style. A crisp white button-down shirt adds a pop of brightness to any fall outfit. In the pictures below you can see how to pair your white button-down shirt with a black leather skirt, black blazer and jeans to give you a stylish look.
What did you think of these ways to wear white after Labor Day? What other ways can you incorporate white to your post-Labor Day wardrobe? Do you think that women should follow the “no white after Labor Day” rule? Tell me in the comment section below! Thank you for reading! Enjoy in the rest of your day and stay up for more next time!